Jordan Spieth - Profile

Jordan Spieth: Prominent in the big events

Jordan Spieth: Prominent in the big events

The youngster has enjoyed a rapid rise to fame and is becoming a regular contender in the big events.

* 2014: Runner-up on Masters debut. Tied for lead after round three and held two-shot lead on final day before being passed by winner Bubba Watson.

* 2013: Rookie of the Year on the PGA Tour after finishing 10th on Money List.

* Ended 2013 ranked 22nd in the world having started year 810th and with no status.

* 1 PGA Tour win: 2013 John Deere Classic after winning at fifth extra hole in three-way play-off.

* Career-high world ranking of 7 in April, 2014.

* Won U.S. Junior Amateur in 2009 and 2011, joining Tiger Woods as its only multiple champion.

* Played in 2011 Walker Cup, winning both singles in 14-12 defeat to GB & Ireland at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club.

* Picked as wildcard for 2013 Presidents Cup by Fred Couples. Won 2 of 4 matches in 18½-15½ win.

Player Details

  • Nationality: USA
  • Date Of Birth: 27/07/1993
  • Height: 6ft 1
Recent Stroke Play Results
Date Tournament Pos Score Total To Par
2015 WGC - Cadillac Match Play T9 - - -
2015 RBC Heritage T11 74+62+68+70 274 -10
2015 Masters 1 64+66+70+70 270 -18
2015 Shell Houston Open T2 69+66+67+70 272 -16
2015 Valero Texas Open 2 71+69+71+70 281 -7
2015 Valspar Championship 1 70+67+68+69 274 -10
Grand Slam History
  2015201420132012201120102009
US Masters 1T2-----
US Open -T17-T21---
The Open Championship -T35T44----
US PGA Championship -------

Jordan Spieth News

Jordan Spieth watches his third shot on the third hole during the first round

First round disappoints Spieth

Masters winner Jordan Spieth admitted he struggled on his return to action at the opening day of the RBC Heritage.

Jordan Spieth:  In contention going into Sunday at last year's Masters

Spieth: I'm ready this year

Jordan Spieth is confident an extra year's experience will help as he aims to go one better than 2014 at this week's Masters.

Jordan Spieth: American's excellent final round secured the Australian Open championship

Spieth wins Australian Open

Jordan Spieth produced the best round of his life, an eight-under-par 63, to win the Australian Open by six strokes.

Features

Five points from WGC-Cadillac

Five points from WGC-Cadillac

Five of the main talking points from the WGC Match Play, including more history for McIlroy and Willett's will to win.

The Players, coming soon ...

The Players, coming soon ...

One of the most eagerly-awaited events of the year is just a few days away - the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.

New look for WGC Match Play

New look for WGC Match Play

The WGC-Cadillac Match Play returns this week with a new venue and new format. How will it work?